Miss Ashley McGarry

Master of Arts

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Research Assistant
Doctoral Candidate - Doctor of Philosophy

Biography

Ashley is currently a doctoral student in Anthropology, specialising in bioarchaeology. Her research interests lie with highly fragmented and burned human remains, and the interpretive challenges and opportunities they present.

Research | Current

Current Research

Burned human remains: A bioarchaeological approach to disaggregating diverse and complex behaviour 

Previous Projects

Deliberate or incidental? Investigating burned human remains

Identifying principles which structures the placement of Maori burials within the New Zealand Landscape

 

Teaching | Current

Current:

2019           ANTHRO 102: How Humans Evolve, Graduate Teaching Assistant

Previous Positions:

Graduate Teaching Assistant

2019           ANTHRO 346: Tradition and History in New Zealand Archaeology

2014           ANTHRO 235/367: The Archaeology of Human Remains

Postgraduate supervision

Professor Judith Littleton

Dr Bruce Floyd

Distinctions/Honours

2018           Doctoral Research Fund ($5000 research grant)

2017           Faculty of Arts Doctoral Scholarship

2016           Faculty of Arts Professional Staff Excellence Award

2012           First in Course Award: ANTHRO 346 – Tradition and History in New Zealand Archaeology

2012           First in Course Award: ANTHRO 749 – Field Methods in Primatology

Areas of expertise

Bioarchaeology with a focus on burned, commingled human remains

Committees/Professional groups/Services

Australasian Society for Human Biology (ASHB)

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Contact details

Primary office location

HSB - EAST - Bldg 201E
Level 8, Room 855
10 SYMONDS ST
AUCKLAND CENTRAL
AUCKLAND 1010
New Zealand

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